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Tag: catalin morosanu

Dynamite Fighting Show Results: The SuperKombat Legacy Lives On

Catalin Morosanu presented Dynamite Fighting Show 1 on July 6th, live from Romania. It was very much a throwback show to fill the void left by SuperKombat transitioning to more of a Hollywood management firm than a straight-forward fighting promotion. The show very much captured the flavor of SuperKombat, with Morosanu meeting Freddy Kemayo in their third meeting, seeing Morosanu pick up the decision victory. Benjamin Adegbuyi participated in a boxing bout — his third professionally — where he was able to pick up a quick (and boy do I mean quick) victory by knockout. Other big names from the [read more]

Big Fights Return to Romania With Catalin Morosanu vs. Freddy Kemayo at Dynamite Fighting Show

On July 5th Romanian superstar Catalin Morosanu will, for the first time, put on his promoter’s hat for Dynamite Fighting Show in Bucharest, Romania. While Eduard Irimia is focused on taking on Hollywood, Morosanu saw a gap created in the Romanian fight game and will be pushing forward with his own series of shows to keep the always-excited Romanian fans satiated with the best kickboxing action around. Morosanu will take on career-rival Freddy Kemayo in a rubber match between the two, with each man holding a victory over the other and this being presumably the final chapter in their tale. [read more]

VIDEO: Remember That Catalin Morosanu is a Big Star in Romania

Sometimes it’s easy to forget that someone like Romanian kickboxer Catalin Morosanu is essentially a living legend in his home of Romania. Yet, he is. While kickboxing has had its recent struggles in Asia, Europe and has failed to really catch on in North America, in the Southeastern European nation of Romania it has a huge following. One of the many reasons why is Romanian kickboxing legend Catalin Morosanu. He’s known for his crazy, balls-to-the-wall fighting style, his never-say-die attitude and while he might look like the kind of guy you’d see guarding a drug kingpin in a superhero movie, [read more]

GLORY Announces GLORY 44 Chicago on August 25th

Traditional logic told us that if kickboxing were to get big in the United States it would be in the media capitals and muay thai-strong cities of Los Angeles and New York. While GLORY has seen some success in those markets and ran them multiple times, it feels like America’s third Metropolis in Chicago has become a far hotter market for kickboxing than the other two, perhaps in part due to the large Romanian population in the area. GLORY is looking to take full advantage of that fan base, which they previously have with fighters like Daniel Ghita, by bringing [read more]